Today's News

  • Too much to see at the hotel

    I once heard the saying that a man is never truly a man until he stands naked in front of a woman.

  • Why we moved to Tell City

    Editor's Note: The Quality of Life Committee sponsored by the Perry County Development Corp. is partnering with The News to present the stories of people who have moved to Perry County or who have returned here after several years away. This column was written by Kenneth Simpson.  When it was requested I write an article concerning my family's move to Tell City and Perry County, I had many thoughts. But basically, it was a case of my wife Sandra and me moving back home.

  • Hall named to South all-stars

    INDIANAPOLIS—Perry Central’s T.J. Hall was chosen last week to play for the South team in next summer’s Indiana North-South football all-star game.

    The game, sponsored this year by Grange Insurance, will be played Friday, July 16, at 6 p.m. Perry County time at Indianapolis North Central.

    Hall, a two-way starter and kicker for the Commodores, was chosen as an inside linebacker.

  • Rogier, Hahus make All-PLAC

    LEOPOLD—Perry Central senior frontliners Ian Hahus and Alex Rogier were named to the All-PLAC boys basketball team in voting by conference coaches Thursday.

    Rogier was the third leading vote-getter on the 12-man team.

    He led the Commodores in scoring, rebounding and assists with 20.7 points, 7.5 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game.

    He also led the team in free-throw shooting at 85.4 percent and he went to the line 198 times, breaking the school record of 191 attempts set by his coach, Matt Carter, in 1996-97 and tied by Aaron Carter in 2006-07.

  • Three PC girls make All-PLAC

    LEOPOLD—Three Perry Central players made the All-PLAC girls basketball team elected by conference coaches Thursday.

    Junior forward Deidra Dickerson made the 12-girl honor squad for the second year in a row. She was joined by senior forward-guard Hilarie Hahus and junior guard Lavina Schwartz.

    Perry Central finished second in the seven-team conference with a 4-1 record in conference games. Only conference champion Paoli, with four selections, had more girls make all-conference.

  • Cannelton leaders seek rate study

    CANNELTON - Cannelton's Board of Public Works and Safety approved at a regular meeting Monday a sewer-rate analysis to be performed by the London-Witte Group of Indianapolis, contingent on a $5,000 cost not increasing.

    Mayor Smokey Graves said the cost was provided in November, but the analysis had been put off until now. He thought a rate increase from Tell City, whose sewer plant accepts Cannelton sewage for treatment, will go into effect in May, he said, and "we'll look at the rate from Tell City to ensure it's reasonable."

  • Daylight saving time begins Sunday

    Don't forget to turn your clocks forward by an hour Saturday night. Daylight saving time officially arrives at 2 a.m. Sunday.

  • It's here! 2010's Discover Perry County

    The 2010 edition of The News' community guide, Discover Perry County, is included in today's edition for Perry and surrounding counties. Out-of-area subscribers can receive an issue by mail at no cost by calling (812) 547-3424 or e-mailing circulation@perrycountynews.com.

  • 'Jenny Kissed Me' on stage

    TELL CITY - Tell City High School drama students will perform a comedy titled, "Jenny Kissed Me" Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the school's auditorium.

    The niece of a priest's housekeeper moves in with them, drama-club sponsor Ronnie Robinson explained Wednesday. The priest tries, but "is no good at figuring out how to help her," he said. "I think the audience will enjoy themselves with the characters and the story line. There's a little love story all the way through."

  • Coming down